The library provides 36 desktop computer workstations plus circulating laptops and IPads for student use in the library. The laptops are wireless-enabled and can be used throughout the library and in the Internet Cafe. Simply sign a contract that covers you for the academic year, turn in your student ID while you have the laptop or iPads for 4 hours each at a time. Laptop and iPads can be checked out at the circulation desk near the main entrance.
Current students, faculty, and staff can access our databases and search the catalog through the main page of the library website. http://ncwc.edu/library/
The library seeks to acquire resources that support the college’s academic programs, meet the basic needs of faculty and students, and provide additional materials related to the cultural and recreational needs of students. Each faculty member has a liaison librarian based on their academic department.
Disability support services are available to all NC Wesleyan students.
For complete information on Disability Support Services, please call (252) 985-5178 for more information.
Professional reference librarians are available to assist students with research, online searching, questions about the collection and interlibrary loan. Librarians are able to answer reference questions, demonstrate proper citation methods, and assist students with their research needs.
Whether you're into broadcasting, advertising, or just doing something different for class, use our Media Production Lab to create your own video projects! We have equipment like camcorders and lighting that can be checked out of the library, as well as a green screen and Final Cut Pro for video editing. For more information or to reserve the lab or any of the equipment, go to the Media Production Lab guide.
Makerspace services (3D printing, 3D scanning, and one-on-one consultation sessions to help with designs or other
information) are available to current students, faculty, and staff of North Carolina Wesleyan College.
Users can request 3D prints, 3D scans or consultations about the makerspace’s resources through the library’s website https://ncwc.libguides.com/Makerspace.